Short Story

Criminal Lawyer Jason Doe Solves:

Characters in the Story

Jason Doe---the lawyer who was excited to know much about the defendant

Ephraim Sackor---the angry candidate who became the defendant who did not want to
be arrested

Janet Lovebird---the beautiful secretary of Counselor Jason Doe.

Judge Martina Yuo—the judge who wanted fairness in her courtroom

Cecelia Sackor—wife of the defendant who felt her husband was not having a nervous breakdown

Lt. Samson Swen—the prosecutor who wanted nothing but the defendant to hang

And So They Came

From lack of adequate space, the NPFL fighters who had been wounded in the fighting were moved from the annex and into another clinic set up to attend to the rebels. Upon recovery from their wounds, they were moved to a warehouse nearby where a group of fighters, about a hundred and fifty combatants, resided. There the fighters would talk and argue among themselves, cussed one another, and almost every day there were fights. Sometimes they would play checkers and at twilight prayer services were held.

Criminal Lawyer Jason Doe Solves: The Case of the Ambitious Widow

Characters in the Story:
Jason Doe---the lawyer who was excited to know much about the defendant

Ephraim Sackor---the angry candidate who became the defendant who did not want to be arrested

Janet Lovebird---the beautiful secretary of Counselor Jason Doe.

Judge Martina Yuo—the judge who wanted fairness in her courtroom

Cecelia Sackor—wife of the defendant who felt her husband was not having a nervous breakdown

Lt. Samson Swen—the prosecutor who wanted nothing but the defendant to hang

Nightmare in Gbarpolu

I walked into my village, a very old and historic one, out of which came a great region and a county. There I saw the ancestors-old and new and old arrivals and those who had arrived there. One after the other they recounted their journey home. So, we began talking about a place called Gbarpolu. Yes, they talked about the good stones of their days. The silent ones spoke of days when people from other tribes and regions, even foreigners were dispatched and unleashed on them as leaders. They ruled over them to their liking and dislikes. They had no option.

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